The Year of Recommended Reading: Sorcery & Cecelia

The Year of Recommended Reading: Sorcery & Cecelia

Last year I got to participate in a ridiculously fun blogger collaboration, Tracking Down Tunes, with a ridiculously awesome blogger, Alexa @ Alexa Loves Books. As 2016 came to a close, we were chatting about how much we wanted to do another feature together, and how this one should center around books somehow. We came up with The Year of Recommended Reads to work on getting through some of the books that have been sitting on our TBR piles forever, as well as to have a reason to force each other to read books that we think the other would like! 😉 Without further ado, the book for this month was …. Make sure you visit Alexa’s post about her experience with this book over at Alexa Loves Books! Why I wanted to read this book: For this month, this question is almost more of “Why I wanted Alexa to read this book:” and it’s a pretty simple answer: BECAUSE THIS BOOK IS AMAZING. But no, really – this was one of my absolute favorite books/series as a teenager, and I was actually pretty surprised that Alexa hadn’t yet read it; it seemed totally up her alley! One of the great things […]

Top (Thirty) Tuesday: Topics That Will Make Me Go All Grabby Hands

Top (Thirty) Tuesday: Topics That Will Make Me Go All Grabby Hands

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly list making meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and it’s one of my favorite things about book blogging! Each week is a fun new topic for us all to flail over, and I love creating my own list just as much as I love perusing everyone else’s! I’ve found both amazing books to add to my TBR pile, and amazing people to add to my life! This week’s topic? Ok, so technically this week is a freebie week, but this is the topic that I chose to go with! Sometimes I’m reading a synopsis for a book and I get to certain phrase or a certain descriptor and I’m just like, “OK SOLD STOP TALKING I’M READY TO READ IT NOW.” These are the top 10 topics/descriptors that make me add a book to my Goodreads list, although I’m sure there are others. (Because we bookworms are crazy and can never have enough reasons to make us pick up a book, amirite?!) The Last Summer | This Is How I’d Love You | The Girl on the Cliff World War I is so horrifically fascinating, because (mainly in comparison to WWII), there […]